Tip of the Day: How to Create a Winter Crystal look to a Window

Crystal Frost Window

I am born and raised in Southern California. That means I have never lived in a place that it regularly snowed each year, let alone snowed at all. So, the only thing Winter means to me is that I might not be able to wear flip flops and shorts everyday. For those that come from snowy climates, there are things that happen during the Winter months that are missed. One such thing is crystallized, frosty windows during Christmas. How can you artificially create them?

If you go down our Spray Paint section, you will find a product called Crystal Frost. You can use the spray to accent windows, mirrors, ornaments, or vases. It can also be sprayed into votive cups and hurricane globes for a frosty candlelight glow.

#800 Crystal Frost 6oz Spray

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Hope this helps!

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